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50th row in Excel always get truncated

50th row in Excel always get truncated in one cell instead of breaking to a new row while downloading the output in transaction KSB1.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 01:13 PM

    Hi Deepa,

    If you download the data in a text file then atleast we can understand the source of error. To open it and view in excel you will have to do the following:

    1. Open excel and convert your existing worksheet into text mode (right click --> Format cells --> text mode)

    2. Copy the data from the downloaded text file.

    3. Save this in excel (text mode worksheet).

    The problem is with excel as your data may have some identifiers that change the way data is handled in Excel. There special characters (, ), *, =, !, etc. are used as identifiers and do the job of truncation or merging.

    Regards,

    Pranav.

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